The copper-top cinnamon rolls were $5.99 for half a dozen. We asked for 2 and we bought a few souvenir items with them.
We didn't look at our receipt until we'd driven away - our mistake. We were charged $5 for 2. If they were $2.50 each or $5.99 for 6, wouldn't it have been polite to have pointed out to us the 'single' price?
To add injury to insult: they were as dry as the morning paper. (day old?) Couldn't eat them and they ended up in the garbage.
Moral of the story: ask when the goods were baked and check your receipt. Maybe sample what you're buying before you drive away.
I know this is a highly rated eatery so our experience must be anomaly. They have great souvenir & gift items and the inside of the place is well-appointed and cheerful.